Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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L : Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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;} Flying Boat Hauls

Air Group Force

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$; S Philippine Mars Arrives.

e 55 After Cross-Country Trip

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.S SR A contingent of Carrier Air Group 13, the fifth and

final air group to join Fleet Air Jacksonville, arrived from

KR San Diego Calif. aboard one of the Navy's big flying boats,

;' the Philippine Mars, which alighted just off the seaplane

ramp here last Wednesday with a "pay load" of 33,500;

nmirulc p"u.".. .
The first of its type ever to land -- --- ---- -
Zl here, the huge four-engine seaplane and 100 offieets. A remaining portion
: one of four operated by the is expected to arrive Inter
Navy landed on the St. Johns river 1 with the group's carrier based
: ; after a successful crosscountrytrip. pIa nes
c55 Too large to get up to the When the last contingent oC
dock, it was moored to a buoy | (Continued.on Page 3))
about 400 feet off the station's I I

I seaplane The Philippine ramp. Mars, carrying a 34 Reservists

')., "pay load" of 33,500 pounds consisting -
t'" of 79 passengers, a crew of
",: nine and personal gear, was a sub- From CharlestonTo
,:' LARGK.ST' TO LAND IIKKK: -The Navy's huge Philippine Mars the largest plane ever to land stitute for the Caroline
,: ( here, I U Known In flight u* It arrive with Its cargo from Sun Diego, Calif, ('ought hovering over
Mars which started for Jackson-
the St. John river with the skyline of Jacksonville on tlic left, the giant ,ship was snapped In flight Tour NAS
ville from San Diego with a 50-
1 L'4r t.: by Chief Charles Miller of I he. XAS Photo I.ab.
003 pound pay load. The Caroline
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however developed engine trouble Thirty-four reserve officers are
Reserve Men Locally PerfectedSuccessful over Tucson. Ariz., and was forcedto due by plane today from the
I turn back to San Diego. Had Charleston Naval Base S. C. for
; the Caroline :Mars successfully an inspection trip of the base in

!>, To Participate Tests Prove Value completed established the a trip cat,go It would record have for a portion become of Public their training Works officersIn courseto

S In Exercises : Of insect Control EquipmentMillions 1 Jacksonville transcontinental is still flights.being A trip planedfor to case Charleston of emergency.The group. will drat

the Caroline, it was learned tour Green Cove Springs Navy
In keeping with a policy that is base today and Friday and will return -
saved and healthif
of dollars will be In agriculture public
being instigated by the Chief of I Full to continue their tour Monday
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automatic aircraft disinsection equipment perfected in the
Naval Air Reserve Training, various The 79 enlisted and Tuesday here at NAS.
men arriving
Air Station Dispensary laboratories here, receives the final green light
;; members of the 27 Naval Air aboard the Mars is just part of the While here the Reservists will
from the Bureau of Act onautica.
/ Reserve stations and units are I Carrier Air Group 13 which is confer with Public Woiks Officer
W, sending key personnel to partlci- I ment The was aircraft demonstrated disenaection to 23 equip-top --Greatly; lmpreM- in with lowing a step by step orientationat
pate special maneuvers go. Under the command of Comdr.
of the Bureau
scientists and engineers from a Carl A. Marcks,
c4;: the fleet in order to bring back ;, D. C. Richardson the new air the local Public Works department -
I 1 dozen military, government and of Aeronautics expressed
will visit Cecil Field
: 'ff.} up-to-date knowledge gained totH" I with the' group contains 325 enlisted men they
civilian agencies who gathered in as being greatly pleased
their respective units. Mayport and the deactivated Yellow -
I' a conference here last week. 1 results of the tests. The equipment :: Water station.
ftto' The latest member of Naval Air Two tests on, the ground and in has been the main center of Interest Old Fixed gunnery I r
Reserve Training Unit Jacksonville 'flight, conducted during last during the past year for
to be selected for specialized ', week's conference proved 100 percent Lcdr. John M Hirst MSC, USN, Enlisted DanceOn
:- training is Lcdr Lloyd G. i effective. As part of the and Louis St. Petery design engineer For Added DutyDon't
,1(s; and VF Training officer Barn'I'I field test, 25,000 insect pests were borrowed by the medical j jdepartment throw those old '
I away Tap Friday
local unit.Commander. Overhaul
S loosed in the R4-D plane in which from the
toys! They can be put to good
Barnard will under- the disensecting- equipment was and Repair department for this use here at the Station Nursery. j I A ('rt'dllnc't' U on tap for
' ...... v (Continued on Page 3) I installed. I I project.The Discarded and broken toys will Friday evening at Mainslde auditorium
work of further refinement be gathered by the Physical with lie station band l fur
of the equipment to meet recommendations niulc. All enlMeUpenioniiel
i Training and Recreation department nishingthe
Citizens To Be OrientedAt of the air and medical between 0800-1630 Monday and their gnent are t inviter -
experts will henceforth receive< Increasing through Friday. Toys will be reconditioned ) to attend the monthly af-
cooperation from the bu. and repaired for use fair. DaiH-ing begin at %2000 an-1
reaus and agencies represented, at the Nursery by the mainside end at %2SSO with plenty of girls.
Slated SymposiumA Commander Hirst stated. The im- Hobby Shop. For pick-up call j from Jiu-ksomUle and vicinity t>u

(Contlnued on.Page 2)) extension 593 or 512. I hand. __ .I
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"Know Your Navy" symposium, to acquaint the ordinary S.

citizen on such current topics as modern strategy, !

4 unification of the armed forces, naval reserve manpower resources

and atomic power, will be held May 24 and :26! here

r: at NATTC auditorium, I
- sessions of the symposium
be open to all members of all Pt.:
fi Duval county civic clubs, and their i Quonset
; families. ,.

c Itwill', Eminently qualified speakers, ',O & R Group
r, 1T including four admirals, have
': "'; been Invited to appear on the pro- :
.: gram which is being brought' to Visits NAS I I .
( \, the people who in the end must
r" determine what constitutes ade. Representatives of the Naval

, ; quale national defense: The ins Air Station Quonset Point. R I. $ 3 a ,
'( and outs of the Navy, its functions I headed by Comdr. W. W Suydam, ,
, ,11 i ;. and the part it must play assistant Overhaul and Repair e xwa
, .It I in national defense will be better officer, visited the local Overhaul
: i expressed by the visiting Naval and Repair department recently,
:j officers, whose past experience during which time they exchanged ,
and high positions in the Navy ideas of problems of.mutual interest i
..i qualify them for such discussions. I dealing with various phases ,I

Participating in the first ses- of aircraft overhaul and repair I
sion May 21 are Hear Adm. Visiting members lauded the
.. Charles R. Brown USN, assist- efficient manner In which the, local
,, ant head of Naval War College, department was administeredand j
t't R I.; Rear Adm. Herbert S. the industriousness of the employees -
1g3.e? Duckworth former commanding Jacksonville\ O & R was
,,1'! L officer at NAS, now on duty at selected for the visit because of
.'.if I : the U. S. Air Force College of the its accomplishment record I INSECT CONTROL! STUDV-Mock-up: of dl..pn"t'C'tIn Installation for aircraft, perfected In the 1
h. Air at :Maxwell Field, Ala.; and Other members of the party, In NAS Jar DUpenmiry and tented here lust "week I* studied by Dr. Donald I. Snow of National Institute ,
f" 1t Capt. Alvin O. Preil. USNR, Bureau addition to Commander SuyuUm, of Health (left), who did preliminary work on the equipment) ; Dr. It. \. Fulton, U. S. Departiiient .* 'jj
.S tu.i' of Aeronautics Navy Depart- included Lcdr. C. H. larrohin.i. In- of Agriculture; and I.fdr. John M. Hint, MSC who directed the local work. The teat proved Ilk ,1
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Two JAX AIR NEWS 21 April 1949, I

Jax Air News Hesitate

Editorial Offices Do Not I

South Ming Loner Deck Z ,

Bid?. 830 4 a 1 yam. ; (Note: Hits Is the third In R series of articles outlining the alma

Telephone Extension-8184 and purposes of the Navy Relief Society, which begin its annual
Andrew II. rittnty, tdltor I appeal for funds May 4. This series, as veil an dealing; with the operations

Van I..aal i, AIM, Chrt I'ut'ha.f, AA, I -1ix.p of the 80C'1t't11\ also' make many Navy personnel more aware .
Staff Writers of the seniors rendered by the Navy Relief Society\ ).

The JAX AIR NSNaval published Navy Relief, Often Sought After-Seeks Out
suseeklyt theU.. Air Sta- It Is probably true that there are many Instances where people '
tlon Jacksonville Florida
commercially: with Jion.npprcpi printed lated- Deeding help do not ask for it. Sometimes Navy Relief does not knowof :

funds tt no expense to the government these needs, but a case became known sometime ago through an
end In compliance with SecNav Circular appeal 'by one outside the family. There was illness and actual suffering
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1943
small children.
Copies are distributed free of chargeat involving
the Naval Air Station the Naval A tactful approach v us made through the Personnel OUf't.whose ,
Air Reserve Training I Unit, Naval Auxiliary cooperation enabled Navy Relief to help the family over a difficult -
Air Station, Cecil Field, and theU This will than
spot incident shows that Navy Relief go more
S. Naval Hospital
| halfway where real need appears. A serviceman should not hesitate

The JAX AIR NEWS la a member of to approach the Society for help in an emergency.

the Ships' Editorial Association'! and I Hesitancy to ask for Navy Relief should not be felt, as was the
the Armed Forces Press Sen Ice, Re.
production ot material from these case in the above incident, since the Society exists for the purpose
sources must bear a credit line. Republication of helping a serviceman and his immediate family. Appeal for help
of other matter, except by] should, and does in most instances, come initially from the service-
service publications If prohibited with
out permission of Editor JAX AIR < man. Through the suggestion of his personnel officer, the above mentioned -
NEWS: man sought counsel and help. .
Even though the Society la unable to furnish the help wanted

the person In need may be directed to some other agency where the
LocallyContinued help needed may be made available

Navy Rhef counsel well cash!
provides wise as as
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j>ott a nee of the device which originated .

in the National Institute of 500 Kiddies .
Navy -
Health under the direction of Dr Ii
Donald F. Snow in 1944-95. cannot + Hospital
Join In Egg Hunt
le overestimated It is believed l-l

that if the device is adopted, the
invasion of foreign pests, which --- LOOK '\MI\r 1 I OUM)-;!::little" Geraldine Jahn. t=;::;-ii; I Chatter Scampering among shrubbery,
: flowers and trees in search for
make up the large majority of daughter of Chief and Mrs. E. F Jahn of }'A RON Six, register

the worst being fought by the elation aw ..he discovers a bright! tinted Raster! egg during the j Attention all hands! Tonight is I hiding places, nearly 500 Navy

Derailment of Agriculture and annual part held here last Sunday afternoon for Navy children. the big monthly birthday party in I children participated In the annual -
Public Health Service, would be -- -- -- --- in I Easter hunt held last
--- the recreation hall. The party is egg
practically at an end I honor of all having birthdays dur- I Sunday at the Chapel grounds
23 VIsitors
Eminent visitors! here duringthe I I Commercial BulletinsBulletins I is ing invited the month to attend.of April.Be Everyone there at : Youngsters ranging from babes

conference along with Mr. in arms to 14 years of age were
I will be accepted only until Is tiled Call ext 8230. 1930 and enjoy the fun '
apace 'In
Ware Us, Lcdr Hirst, St. Feteiyi I quest of the big prize, the golden
j 1 i The flowers which the Gray Ladies -
VUF' :
ton in the form of football
and Dr. Snow included: Dr. R A. egg
next to bath In pilvalf hcme Convenient
The following Items are yours at bring around to t'! e w8I'dscome
Fulton R H. Wilson and A. H. fl\e-awav puce. must sell Immedltel to NAS' Reasonable rate. and the silver egg, a beautiful
Yoemans of the Agricultural Research .. \'. Leather .sofa $30. and a good Shulti. XS W. from our own Hospital gardens I scrapbook Those who were not
I 3 loom furnished apt en route to Thanks to Mr. :Morgan who :
Center Beltsville, Md. L. kitchen set for 130 Call Thlel at lucky to ferret out the hiding
; NAS. Williams ;2218 DellwcxMt Ave
extension 8227ry sees to it that the Flowers are I
:M Swanson of the Bureau of \'? clean '41 4-door Mercury sedan \\lll shale home with congenial tonI cut places for the eggs, received acceptable
Aeronautics, Washington, D. C.; I Was recently rvmplelelv eihauled I I pie Mil Polk, %45 Lenox Ave. Ph I substitutes. NAS commanding
I Yes it's dance time- Tuesday
Car Is for $795 Come and 2.7935.4room ,
E. E Thompson and Robert L. i ours onv 1 officer, Capt. Alvin 1.
Ocean view JatksnmllU\
I get It. Hand extension 216 apt April 26 in the auditorium at 2000.
Crowell, U. S. Public Health Service I Officer blue uniform not new' 183Ibs Beach I-urnlshed Mrs. Neville 124: The Rainbow gills will be there Malstrom, presented the special 1
Savannah, Ga.; Fred C. Bish- I .. i'U". m Telephone 9-60 12th Ave South Phone 2-5 iM6. will prizes to the w inners.
Chlldi en's pia house. fen men ly $150 Quiet pleasant sleeping loom near and the ma inside orchestra!
Bureau of and >
< with
pp, Entomology I tool house Soulhulde '& Phone I air bat;(. Mis Sciugys. 4229: Mar provide the music. This is the big I Assisting the party along
Plant Quarantine, Washington, D. I 1 9-616O. quetle A.ve Phone 23771.t.atge event of the month.O'uratfunal with Capt. Francis Lee Albeit,
C.: Paul T. Peltier, Bureau of Entomology 3 bedroom house convenient to NAS. ,' hut nlkhed loom with C'onnec.t. is senior chaplain,* were, Mrs! J,
i Williams 4850 Sundeiland Road leg bl.lh. Ride to NAS. Mist Swll/ei, Therapy'Phial
and Plant Quarantine M Hirst, Mrs J. P Hileman, Mrs
I Lxl 582\ the fellows
3800 to 2000 Thursday through bun pay day you get your
Belts\ille. Md.: L. B. Cain Aircraft I da)'. i 151,5.5 clothing allowance For you Robert Thiel, Mrs. P O Bfien,
branch CAA Jacksonville nub slllei'-Mm. R. F. Bradley. 2539 ].( E.
16 mm mo le camera. with VAollensnk who such r's. R. Olnev. Mrs R W..
George H. Weitz, George E. 1.In. f::1.5 lent cine velostlgmatI Cia,en h>l.. Dewey PmkRldeiK invest in clothing as Grimsley. Mr*'. Ben Newton, and
wanted Can bundle fUll ild whites or dungarees, you will want
I (coatedI Original cost $142, will soil
South John N.
Rodgers of the Ci- I John Hamilton
eta from bouthklde Estates on new
for $80. Contact Chief Malette at hems turned up or new rates sew
vil Aeronautic Administration extension 423 or call at 4008> '.B. Dewey I beach hlghuav Contact Rudd .ext ed on. Come on down to the O. T. .
'I 42: Will take OAR Helen.
Washington, D. C.: Dr. David S. Fat k.
Evans Medical Have lame traveling trunk $15 and Rldeis wanted from RIlt'151deIft Ortega shop whets we have a sewing machine -
Sen'ice. CAA
Glamour wool" rug. $8. Contact J, J. I route. New car Hours 0745- and Gray Ladies every day INSIDE
Washington: Walter B. Howard, I O Brlen, 4x11-D Dewey ParkHalllriartFi 1 I lb.:<0. Call ext 293 or 6.4050. Rodgrn: exceptV dne&dav to help with
Overhaul and ; W. L
Repair department, amateur it-ceher, modelS
20R. Firestone console radio. 6'. Riders wanted flour RKeislde Mellon the sewing, PUBLIC WORKS
NAS Jax: Comdr. C. Fink Fischer -
I watt amplifier Chicago Webster 1111. New car Hours (74'V16.l. Call I YNC has start-
i i C. B. Coulter ,
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USN Naval Air
Development Station 7 5404 01 7-4313. Paualk J. H.
record Contact Mr. B
I to pla\er I I Next from the lire Rut Bud-
ed his and work a -
Wanted Roll bed, design on snappy
Johnsonville Pa.; Major F Ogden, J825 Selma St Phone 2- -au"v pirfeiabhV
W. Wittemore and Lcdr John D. U50 : )". Helton S. W.. 4007.A Dewey pair of candle holders E. dy Norton looks good after his

Coursey USN. from Preventive 1942 Plymouth club coupe In excellent I Pat ik. Duke, who hs a new baby daughter trip to 'vAa'.hington He rays he
condition for only $850 Will 11- I I I and H. T. and
Medicine Division has made a nifty bag In whichto S got together
Washington, nance Call l>t. Black, ext. 530 or I
DC_ : G. L. Hutton, office of Chief 25820. ReserveContinued carry bottles, diapers and other really got the tountiy straightened
c'f One-c>'\Under l uson gasoline motor. I baby needs The material was wo- out Someone naked the
Engineers, Washington, D. C.;
and G. D. Barcus, U. S. Department suitable Row. ext for 8207 lawnmower or boat C.1I1 ( from Page 1) "f'n'on a small loom and then the other day why C. F Carpentertalks

of Agriculture Bureau of One hand-woven Belgian lug 10x13. go a 12-day carrier requalification bag was made from an original 1'0 much and another person -
Entomology and Plant Quarantine Beautiful Paiker 1413-B Child and refresher course at Pen- pattern lemarKed that he was vaccin.
NAS. One medium sized tilcjcle. I tell
sacolaNew methods observed by with a phonograph needle
Jacksonville.Quonset I
Q. Grounds 321VA: Blair St. SI'j' Barnard will be utilized in field A proposal to double-decker The iea"nn the Fire Uepait-
I I I House-3 rooms and large poich put
acres of land. Only $1000 earlier operations of the NARTU busses in service in Kendal, Eng- ment wears black ties, accordingto
tteoige A. Fountain call ext. 216. "Weekend Watiiors squadrons land tesulted in a strong protest a recent lemuik, is because they

Kitchen furniture bedroom. Mahogany and cabinet dining bar.loom New : VF.52L and VA-52L, who make up from a committee of local women. are In mouming:' for their departed -

(Continued from Page 1) $50, Baby bed mattress and, stroller I NARTU's Air Group, CVLG-52. They said the new busses would brains (Guess it's better to

frpection officer; Lcdr T. M Bennett $25. Contact' C. Peticnkh\ Ii4: B Chief Keeffee B. Hanel. ADC-A, I enable passengers to look into consider the source he works in
Enlisted men i housing. green Cove I
will Commander Barn- OUR |
Production officer: Donald E. Springs: Ma, Call snv time I accompany their bedroom windows tA" -
Morrison, ADC, and Messrs, One sun lump oilglnally $65. Practically aid as plane captain for the Re- PS). J. }.t. CubuUki insists he is nota

i Harry J. Cataldo, James St. John new, S2S Call !.t. C L. Mul- I II serve craft.Lcdr. | Yankee says he comes (torn

William R, Kenney, Frank J. |I lint extension Bldfi 8392 800' Apt M, Telephone i I Victor E. Brodeur, Jr.. I A few nights ago in the auditorium southern Manhattan . A. C.

Connor George R. Finan, William 12 gauge double r..e-Ied shot gun 30" NARTU instrument flight instructor a >'oung"eaman suddenly I I ( Chub) Walker bought himself a

A. LaiKowitch, Rudloph Griffith, barrel. one modified, one full choke is presently at Cot pus Christi went ciazy We suspect it was i, farm and intends to get it working -

Richard C. Peterson, Guy E. Ren- 635 Excellent or 1344-A condition.Randloph Call St.Biltt. NAS.ext undergoing a specialized course in during the scene in the picture In the near futuie Claims he's

fro, and Nelson B. Record 3 piece maple 11\ InK room suite Kea advance instrument instruction where the handsome boa ts"a In't<< tired of living to outsmart these
I sonable, 11 I. Skinner ext 1851 methods that will also be passedon mate married the admiral's daughter city shekels The song "Back
Baby nib and mattiess complete $10 to the "Weekend Warriors" Home Again in Indiana" actually
Tompkins 1214-A Hancock St., NAS.
CitizensContinued I!1, Call 8.304 -- I brings tears to his eyes All
.t One sidewalk blocle. excellent condition I names and '!incidents above me tic-
I ( from Page: 1) I I $' to. Call Chief Daleen, 40JOLDewe : titious and any resemblance to
Pa tk or Ext 674.
." ment Kitchen bedroom and living room I those working in the File Department -
I Appearing" on the May 26 program fuinlluie, for cale Must sell ('oigas is the f- of the Civil ServIce .
will be Rear Adm. Daniel V. < n. 3814.8, Dewey Park, OIJ ext ComirinnonMr .

Gallery, USN, assistant chief of : 586- I I Coihe of the Administrative
10K aeN7':
: Naval Operations for Guided Mis. Unit In in Pensa'oln this weekon
3 room furnished apt. at beach,
; piles; Capt. William A. Schoech, tor bedroom house at Soulhslde 'j business Olive 1"It mint' is help-

r, USN of the Navy's aviation budg-I I Ir I I 82102.Estates. Burg, 1141 dgewood Call : ing out in the Contact Section
t ft office, and Rear Adm. William i
Comfortable single and double room j Betty Johnson tian&fenedto
S. Parsons, USN, the Navys the Sixth Na\fil District! Intelligence -
,. Atomic expert talions will be mailed to civic 1 office Right now Betty

Admission to the ,)'mpollium'will 'club members on applications i is on a months leave She and

be by personal invitation made through varl .i organization I her family left Monday for Call-

only, it has been announced. Invl- secretaries foima Lt O F. Nicho.non It.-
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I ID polled to Public Woiks for duly

last Friday We extend a hearty
Itf welcome and hope he enjoys his

; 00 duty heie

Those of you who lemembei Lt.
Bioadhui of the Resetves will

be glad to know he is again spending

MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM hit two weeks training in the

'a Mu,14"to: WffkdaJ730 and 2000; .k.endlfSO nod 24KH Public \Voiks Department, Lt.
1 Tlnm nAY Broadhutst was with us last year

y, "EL PASO", featuring John Payne and Gail Russell. during his training peilod Also
fltlDAl' Lt. C. P. McCoidof 6ND Charleston -

CREW'S DANCEMusic by Station band staiU at 2030 In U on two weeks training .

Mainside Auditorium, The movie 'THE WINDOW", starring Bar- duty here Lt. McCord was real .

1?", lara Hale and Bobby Diixcoll will be shown at the Student Officer's estate superintendent for the 7th

Auditorium at 2000 only. T Naval District until its tranferto

JA1l'KIAl ANI SL'NUAV --- .- Charleston last year. We are

t> "IMPACT" with Brian Donlevy and Ella Kainee.! GAIN COMMENDATIONS-\emon E. Kricicwn, AMC and glad to have him with us .

MONDAY Hoy K. Shupe, AMC, recently commended by Capt. Alvin I. Mal. I Louise Bragg was in the department -

, '. SET-UF'! featuring Robert Ryan and Audrey Totter Mrom, NAS commanding officer, for outstanding< a.'omplbhm4'nt I visiting last Friday She
TUESDAY AND WKDNhMlAY'SO : (>f duty II'I official station hwmtw, look over a copy of the new revised t was formerly with Transportation

DEAn TO :MY HEART". starring Bobby Dn-coll! and Luanna Handbook for hosts being prepared by the Public Information Division and is now in the WAVES
J'atten. Office, and ti""rd In guiding vlnlfort. .,n tears of the ataticsn I I stationed' at Charleston, S CI ,


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Associated Volunteer Unit f New 2nd Class \

Formed By Local NARTU : ,}f:: j. ,: ::" Address Method :

Goes Into EffectA .
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"' 0 better spread out me eriec.. :ii
C'nes8 of Naval air reserve are needed for the new unit to be change in Tost Office pro-

training, Naval Air Reserve Train- given official sanction. Any Navalor a s r ; cedure concerning the methodo
ing Unit, Jacksonville is forming Marine veteran who is Inter. notifying publishers o f .
its third Associated Volunteer terested should contact Lcdr. Lem changes in addresses for second -
:Unit which will be designated as uel E. Tew, NARTU Volunteer class mail consisting cf
AVU No. 3, Jacksonville. Training Officer, at the NARTU I magazines, newspapers and periodicals -
NARTU, Jax already sponsors hangar No. 113, or phone extension mailed under a second
',' unite of this type at Charleston, 561. Men interested must class mailing permit, has been
S. C. and one at Orlando, Fla. bring their separation orders, put into effect at the local Post
This third unit is being formedto while pilots should bring their log ; a t i t", Office.

give: Naval and Marine veterans books. An appointment should Previously the Post Office notified -
of Jacksonville, who do not have also be made for arrangement of the publishers in change
the time available to become organized physical examinations.Men of address of personnel, but under -
: with the regular NARTU I who become members of the the new regulations, per-
squadrons of "Weekend Warriors new unit will gain points for retirement sonnel receiving or subscribingto
s /' a chance to fly in their I and at the same time second class mall matter
spare time. build up their longevity in the must notify publishers in eventof
.. Pilots from NARTU fly planesto Navy. They will also have the opportunity change of address.
Charleston on the first and second to move up in their This system of notifying publishers -
week-ends of each month and present rate or rank and will) be of any change in ad- .
to Orlando on the third and fourth I eligible to take yearly two week dress places the responsibility

week.ends. Once the aircraft are .annual cruises with full Navv. .nay. --- entirely upon the subscriber of
there, they are flown by volunteer and allowances CAKKIKK TKAIMISO BOUND-Off to sea aboard a training keeping the publishers advisedof

.val and Marine. aviators of Associated Volunteer Unit (Aviation carrier for re-quallfioatlon and refresher course, Ix-dr. Lloyd G. their correct mailing addl e8S.
cities who are interested in ) is being formed with members Barnard IH the latest member of NAKTU Jax to l>e selected! for A new card, 22-S, which will be
Keeping up their flying proficiency of the present Volunteer Aviation pe'lall/.ed'training.: Method observed by Barnard and other Mill attached to each newspaper or
in naval aircraft. The planes j Unit as a nucleus. The lid I bco utilized by the "Weekend Warriors." magazine where required for delivery -
are based in the cities for will be
three I VAU wa under the Sixth Naval I' provided by the
days and then returned to NAR District in Charleston, while the I Post Office department. Upon
TU Jax. present AVU No. 3 will be directly Week-end receipt of mail with attached
75 .1\1'11 Xt't'dl'tl under local NARTU. I form, recipient should furnish
Whereas the Organized Reser information requested on the
viols here have I Commanding officer of the unit form
regular assigneddrill place a one-cent stamp on
days each month, the volunteer I will be Lcdr. Fred N. Mohle, whoi r4inq7f/4 Notes the card and mail to the publishers -
i has set the
pilots and ground crew of the meeting for April If this is not done after
27 at 2000 at the NARTU from
I newly created unit will be able five weeks or not less than two
to fly during the week from 1630 i building No. 901. copies have been received at the

until sunset. Special duty sec I sea *&* ** original address, all copies then
tions are being planned at NARTU $ n NARTU received will be returned to the
in. order that every possible hour publisher
may be used for the volunteersto 1 SUPPLY"We're : 4 .
The new Naval Air Reserve I
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get in flight time. 1
Show, starring; Jim Ameche, the serving aboard the USS San FranCisco
Fifty pilots and 25 enlisted FlyingContinued
--- men Honey Dreamers, and George 1 he was given permission to
-- '
i Barns octet can be heard over : have his speedy Crandall Step I ( from Page 1)All' )
Breezing AroundO 1 four radio stations in Jacksonville Hydroplane outboard racer
I Group 13 arrives, It will bring
This snappy little 15-min- aboard. When the Frisco would
& R Ute program features a well- hit port and all hands would man Fleet Air Jacksonville to full

I off again!. ,Supply's softball known guest star each week. i! tha liberty boats, Barleen would strength and, approximately 3,000 enlisted 630 officers
INSTIttJMKNT SHOP Sorryto Some of the guests include have his racer ceremoniously men.
| team the Commer-
opened I 13 will be based
hear that Woody Erwin's wife ;:' clal League last Monday night !' Skitch Henderson Skip Farrell, ,; lowered over the side and he Naval Air Station at the ,
is in the hospital. Everyone I.'I ie with I Jerry Colonna, Marion Hutton, would be the first man to hit along with AirGroups
a 11 to 2 win over the River- :{I : 8 and 4, based
lad to hear that she Is getting view Merchants Veteran hurler ', Jack Carson, Evelyn Knight, Janis the beach at every port. here. already
1 and
'' Groups 17 are basedat
i r and will soon be back horne 1 Henry White allowed only 3 hits ,'Paige and others. Listen in at I All hands of NARTU wish that I Cecil Field. Fleet Air Jacksonville
I Parks claims to have found throughout the 7 Innings and accounted the following stations and times: I Lcdr. Bartram R Bartlett would | is commanded by Rear Adm.
fisherman's paradise. With a for a couple of Supply's | WJAX, 0730 Saturday;; WMBR have a speedy return to duty. I Calvin T. Durgin.
coaxing he may be induced runs himself. Two beautiful homers ,,0930 Saturday; WPDQ 2130 He has undergone a spinal opera I I
: .. reveal the exact location of were clouted by Clyde I :! Tuesday; and WJHP, 2230 Tues tion and is repotted resting comfortably The giant plane, which operatesout

+ lake where, according to him, ; ( Demon! Sharpe, and RBI (Omi-i day.NARTU The long Easter four of Alameda, Calif., as one t>f
fish are begging to be caught. 'gawdl) Tate, and the rest of the I I Is doing its share in holiday week-end saw all rabid 1 Navy-operated planes officially -
i : UnmAIJUC ML LEAK team came in for their share of I I backing up the air station in NARTU fishermen snatching their designated as JRM-2, has a
Leah Geer and Mary Weaver have hits and runs '1 sports Owen Williams, AD2, is fishing tackle. Captain and Mrs. j i wing fin spread of 200 feet and tail
been initiated into the Royal order I The boys play a practice game 'i the spark of the station tennis Priestman and Commander Bar I reaching 48 feet into the sky.

of Mechanics, They received their here tonight on the station diamond I doing I leen gave the bass a lot of 1 Comdr. James Land squadron
Test .Stand Baptism the other with the Police team, preseason trouble in the air station vicinity. leader of the Navy's huge. four
c'ay. Kind of messy wasn't it, favorites of the City Leagne. t squad. Incidently, you should: Mrs. Priestman turned out to be planes, accompanied the plane
though ? Now M.P. Smith can The next official game is'I' have seen Piva's eyes when he the best; pulling in a 64 pound here with co-pilot Lcdr. A. C.
Mop talking about sending to Monday night at Brentwood. Sup- I assisted in bringing "Weekend bass. Chief Clevis M. Canter I!I Snider of Oklahoma( City at theplane's
Georgia for mechanics. We are plyers are urged to come out for I Willie"' to the Jax ball park when bury visited his favorite spot on controls.
all quite anxious to meet the red- a gander at the '49 team which J the Boston Red Sox came into Lake Lochloosa. He claims the I .
haired attraction that Havener is expected to go far this year town. He thought he was really |I big ones jump right Into the boat Little Jane walked into the
haunts at the Three Little Pigs. and may bring home another pen-i in heaven rubbing elbows with with the artistic home-made lure coiner drug store and ordered tissue -
J\faltin, just a question from an nant. Games scheduled on Wednesday I j+ those big name ball playeis. that he uses. Also contributing paper. The clerk wrapped up
innocent bystander there i isM nights are to be played ; Crowther Boyd, and Jack Ara- to fish stories after U:. Jr so- three rolls and handed them to
total t-lipse' of the moon, how at Southside's St. Nicholas, and gon, business manager and play jurns are Seymore. V. V. "Flash" her.
girl is a blonde or a brunette Monday' games are at Brentwood. i ; and Joe McCarthy, Jackson and Sgt. James E. j little girl."Certainly.
Understand that Hulbert is going j' SHORT SHORTS: Biggest surprise | Boston Red Sox: pilot, were most Weeks They hit the road for | ," the clerk said, "but
to hold a "be good; to Kirkland of Easter weekend was the 'cooperative during our visit to Matanzaa Inlet and came back who are they for?"
day" scorn and Jet him win at unpremeditated and mad dash the park with "Willie". with 15 rock fish, 6 sheepshead The little girl sighed as she turned -
least one game of checkers at to Folks ton by Claire Dyess and I Did you know that the new executive 2 catfish, one cold and a bad at the door. "All of uth," she
lunch. Betty Colgan. Claire to become officer Comdr. Jack Bar- case of sunburn. said
IIAN(:KIt m- Did anyone the fabulous Mrs. Stanley Jordan 1 leen once owned the fastest vessel t I

see that boil that Bill Gentry had and Betty to become clingin' i in the entire U. S. Fleet. ,:I' 'I Fullup: "Why doeth thou go out
the ether day ? That probably vine of ramblin' Russell Rose. When commander Barleen was / NoteTs wit. goils who wear glasses?"

was the first time in his'" life I .- I CPO 1 1I Alfln: "I 'breaths on--- .ism-- ..... -cn.i...-
that he acted stiff necked But from
I___ __I thence they cannot see what
why did it require so many tripsto I I am doing.:'
see the nurse ? Hendricks. of A Welcome Aboard party for
the Store Roots has troubles, CAG-4. and CAG-13 is set for Saturday I "So ars'
you're 100 old? How
seems that the people fiom the evening, April 23. All Chiefs have
other hanger have a nasty habit from these air groups and their "you managed to live f-o
long? the
giving hi mabout 50 stubs at guests are invited to attend. Mel I, the centenarian.young reporter askEd
.f time to be filled immediately. Coody and his orchestra will play
Hargnett seems to be for dancing 'Valuable door ( "Well, son, I got married when
I'lttty lucky at getting all) the prizes will be awarded to lucky I j I was 21, and the fist thing the
coffee he wants for nothing. Say' attendants. : missus and I did was to have along

do you have a two-headed nickel' Friday Bingo games start at talk. We decided that If we
Ly any chance? 2000, with cash awards available I had an argument the loser would
H/VMiKK: 122- Everyone want-I Dancing nightly to orchestraat take a long walk so he wouldn't
*d to watch the Mars come in j I :: the club. Look for new schedule ;; stay mad. I guess, son, that 79
the other day. The view from the in plan of the day All i years of fresh!! air has done me
It.wec'was perfect. That streak # Chiefs reporting aboard station more good than anything else."

leaving the hanger at lunch is 1 j : j are requested to contact ma nag- i I -
liiidges J of the Radio shop He j ers of the club to receive membership Dentist: Why this tooth has
makes a speed nm over to the i jL\a\ card.Success. I gold in it! I didn't know it had

put many an athlete to shame tournament is old news now, but I Patient: It hasn't. That's my
Jack Pace had a birthday the j congratulations should be extended back collar-button you've struck
ether day But wan that reason
to those who have helped make
to sing "Happy Birthday" toyow'r.elt FA the event one to look forward to He mumbled a few words in
all day, Jack leu
sea- I each month Softball games church They were married.
I are being scheduled for the Chiefs' / He mumbled a few words in his
Sally League Tars I team. The Chiefs took the first sleep They were divorced.

At Home Four Days j ja game, 6-3. I I
Wife: "John, dear I'm to be in
The Jacksonville Tars who made amateur theatricals What -will
their 1940 Sally League home de I' St. Peter: "What's all that people say when I wear )ighta?"
but 'Wednesday night will be at j Jzix I racket at Number One Gate ?" i Husband: "They'll probably say

home four mOle day, topping off 3TAKES Heavenly Sentry. Post No.1: I married you for your money."
the home stay with a doubleheader A-R "There's an old Regular Navy I

Sunday with Columbia. OVER-Comdr. Bruce S. Wetter Mho rclieted Comdr.Jlauley I man wants in but he's got too DEFINITION'An

Jack agon's Tars meet Savannah KuHnell 8. roinnuinilliigofficer of Carrier Air Group 17 ;I many" black marks against his I optimist Is a man who doesn't
tonight an play host to Columbia which ban been based at Cecil field since January, )wanes through name. care what happens aa long as.lt
Friday, Saturday and Sun. rank of his new ""'y, at the Jacksonville ball park .>f }'IC'.... Air JIU'ItIHlD'UI) U the! first' Navy Mjuadron on the last I asking for a transfer soon, anyway I pessimist is a man who baa lived a
?T"ile! Avenue Ottkt to be equipped with Jt ffftitvr ," with an optimist.


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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 21 April 1949

Carry HAS BannersPatterson And Martin Vie Jax Nine Halted

In Charleston Ring MeetVeteran By RaifordThree 11-\

local rlngman, Pat Patterson and fledgling Eddie Martin, bf t

will leave for Charleston, S. C. tomorrow morning: where they will

represent the Jacksonville Naval Air Station in the Sixth Naval Four-Baggers Fail

trict boxing eliminations which will get underway early next Di8'1' M

Later the same week, the winners -, I

of the Sixth Naval District man wasn't as lucky as his stable I I To Bring Locals Victory

affair will tangle in the All-South- mate and crashed to the canvas I''

eastern leather-pushing event, a in the initial canto of his scrap F '

waim-up for the All Navy finalsat with Patterson. I| r av | Despite a ID-hit outburst, including three homers, the

San Francisco, Calif., next Newcomer Shows I Jax-Navy nine went down to a 11-7 defeat at the hands of

month In his last appearance several / the Florida State Prison horsehiders at Raiford Saturday

)|*M Vine Record months ago Patterson kept Fred F? a afternoon.

Patterson, a rough, tough light die Townsend, Pensacola sluggeron

heavyweight, opened his local ring; the back peddle throughout the | Monday the local diamondeers : ;;d9thwht'n th-e I locals-were only

career here at NAS several sea- I first round of their scheduled three will seek revenge when they clash able to score once In eachVF81 ,

sons ago as a middleweight and heats, but the husky Pensacola lad with the University of North Car- I I

has punched his way to the top I landed a hard right to Patterson'sjaw olina, at Chapel Hill, N. C. The

in local and service competition.Last | midway in the second for the Tar Heels tagged the NAS combo ,.
Patterson I for a pair of victories In the 1 Keglers
year dropped a 10-count It was Pattel'son' first '
close decision to Phil Goer-ish in loss of the '49 campaign. i first two games on the 49 Jax-

the trl-distiict matches at Great Young Martin, a newcomer to Navy menu

Lakes, Ill and by virtue of his I NAS flstiana, will get his big I ,I Five of the total of 21 hits sailed Pick Up Speed

Km over Patterson, Goerish\ gain- !i break when he climbs through the tr 1s. over the wall in the free-hit-

ed a berth in the All-Navy finals ropes under the Jax-Navy banner' ting affair. Outfielder Dick Nelson
To Pace
at San Diego Calif I Monday night. The lanky featherweight ': was: the first Navy batter to col Circuit

Poundin' Pat added to his laurels looked as impressive in I II lect his round tripper With none

when he made a clean sweepOf his recent triumph at the American on in the 6th Nelson caught his I I Picking up added power as the

the Florida AAU championshipand ,I Legion affair last Friday i on the fat part of the bat for his second round of the enlisted

Regional Olympic tryouts in I night as he did when he dropped I first of the season Terry Moore men's bowling tournament draws

Jacksonville last June his debut to Pensacola's Ray I smacked his homer with none near the finals, VF/81: maple.
Lightheavy opponents have been Wharton, in a close decision last aboard in the 8th and shortstopBill knockers forged ahead of the

few and far between for the Jax month [ A ) Rodgers hit for the circuit in Chief Petty Officers' last week by *

Navy chloiofotmer this YE'ar. In i:i I Friday night Martin displayed I the local's' half of the 9th with I picking up five points, and now'lead

four tiffs, two of them with Andy I: much I'lng'savvy when he went the sacks empty For RaJford, Al I the league with a record of

Casey, Green Cove Springs battler the distance to drum out a unanimous Ritches hit his in the second and 24-5 -

Patterson showed plenty of I Tom Harden slammed a round-
I 3-round decision over rugged The CPO's were sent skidding
class in gaining unanimous decisions e. tripper over the fence in the 7th
Charlie Dedmon Jax featherweight
sca farther down the ladder whena
in both meetings Tony Freeman with the bases empty
The lanky Martin used powerful Marine team took over

another green Cove mitt- his long left jab to pile up the Start Scoring Early second place with a 21-7 slate.

points over his game opponent. Hitting the offerings of ]local I The Chief's tally for third place

Boerner Snares < I i moundsman Bill Welch freely for stands at 30 points to the good!

613 innings, the Prison nine wenton and 8 minus

Local Glovers SKKK-t MOIIK HONORS a 4-run splurge in the initial Last Wednesday the CPO's
]'0 III Hli II' Pat Patterson, S.\Slight tallied 2nd pacedby
canto and one in the ,
Handball CrownLimiting Jim Dance, who registered a
heaty\\eight, true piled
I two in the 3rd, one in the 4th and high 556 series, defeated Operations -
Garner Wins ui an Imprehslte ring record Id another Jn the 5th before Bob
his opponent to a 3-1, but the tally wasn'tenough
total of 6 points, George Boer this vicinity goes in quest ofmorn I Becker relieved the Jax twirler to hold them in first
laurels In the feoutltenstrn
ner annexed the station singles I The hard-hitting Raiford outfit place In two other recent matches
I In Town Mix Navy tournament at Cliarlctun *- i
handball championship when he chased two more runs across before FASRON Six downed Opera-
8, ( next month. 1'atler-
smothered Roland Dugan Jtwo Becker was able to douse the tions 4-0 and the Marine dubbed
In a display of top-notch amateur lion Mill carry the banners ofNAS the
straight matches 21-5 21.1 in the O &R, 4-0
ring skill local Navy bat- along with featherweight
title play at the :Mustin road II Jax-Navy's victory bent ninesolved It was announced by l leagpofficials .
tlers Eddie Martin, featherweightand Eddie Martin @ ......
courts Tuesday morning i 1 righthander Kay MCK.Iveen II I- early this week that}
bantam weight Bob Russell -- -- -
Dugan was the 4th handballerto decision 's tossing in the sixth canto. I team copping the second round? a ';.

fall before the hard-driving each copped a in their Sports Quiz I Trailing 8-1, the station horse- bunting will have to play a series f. r ,
\ bouts in the ring "
Boer ner', In the first round Boer respective program I I hiders reached the Prison ace fora with Dispensary, first round
at the Lake Shore
ner eliminated Jim McCoy, 21-6, staged 1. What are the three most four-bagger, a free pass and a ner, to decide which squad
American Legion Post 137 last
and 21-3. The champ had little I common wood clubs used in golf I double to score two runs. They I the Overhaul and Repair orti Wiln1

trouble disposing George Nulf in Friday 2. What ball game and city in 'crossed the plate with two more i for the all-station championshiMindtlCl
I Russell and his opponent, Son-
the quarter finals II he subduedthe Wisconsin have the same name ? I in the 7th on a brace of singles
of Brentwood the
latter 21.6, and 21.10. Boer I ny Hoyt opened I 3. Which of these is not a famous and another two-bagger Two Jax- Won I
with three-round slugfest VF-81 t ilMmlnei S
ner held Ed Faraday to 21.7, 21.2 program a : name in tennis: I la) Donald Navy rallies fell short in the 8th
counts the semifinals: to : Scrapping toe to toe from I __ ___ ____ ____ __ __ ___ I 21 7CPO'
in gain I Budge: ,tb) Samuel Tilden; (C) -- i JO $
start to finish, Russell's harder a-lifoI' -be-ttht;;
Maybe it's Hospital 19 9
the playoff berth |I I R.. Norris Williams ,
punching him the verdict. I FASRON Six 1* 14Dlspensary
gave don't understand
men women.
Dugan worked his way to the I 4, What tvyo cities were the
Employing an effective left jab, 13 15
I Women understand
title shot the easy way with 21-1 scenes of the famous Dempsey- women, and Overhaul A Repair It H
and 21.10 triumphs over Al HaasIn lanky Eddie Martin kept his long Tunney bouts don't like\ 'em I 01..1'.linn. <* 2.1
left In the face of Charlie Ded- N,MVIU O 3l
the opening round and coppeda I IThiel's
Give within the ,
mon for three rounds to take a an ounce
pair of default wins from Bill'
clean cut decision A recent ad. I weight of an official baseball

Snipe and George Tuffanelh in dition to the NAS squad, Martinwas 6, In what famous Americanrace 81 Cops Golfers MeasuredBy
quarter and semi-finals I
hailed as one of the classiest are horses entered before
i In other quarter-final results CPO Golf Meet
their birth.
performers at the amateur meet. i Stetson Club
Faraday defeated Smith 21-18, i
Two Joe Las- ANSWERS
21.5. In the first round Smith Navy I Tallying a neat low gross of 81, i
ky of NAS and Dick Riley of 1. The driver, brasie and Jax-Navy's golf aggregation
whipped Butler 21-2 and 21-4; free-swinging Bob Thiel copped
Green Cove Springs staged a spoon. I suffered its sixth defeat of the
Faraday won on default from Nelson top honors in the monthly CPO
I crowd pleasing battle with action 2. LaCrosse season at the hands of Stetson
Nulf beat Jacka, 21-5, 21-10, golf tournament held on the local
tinrw..!. .. VialrVuin 91-11 OO.Ort I galore throughout the three 3. Samuel Tilden-former Pres- University divot-diggers ]last Fri-
es ..-... 'H"R', M'Ao'.v', 18-hole course last Saturday afternoon
Baxter frames Battling; on even terms idential candidate. day afternoon at DeLand, FU*
won over Turcotte on de .
in the first two rounds, the de- 4. Chicago and Philadelphia. going down by a 19'a to 1mar; -
fault and Tuffanelli
tripped I Jim Lloyd, another neat swinging -
cision went to Riley who becamethe 5. 5 ounces.
ing 21-5 and 110. aggressor in the final setto. 6. The Futurity. Chief I Petty Officer who tied I gin.The locals will be inactive until
In the opening round of eliminations Thiel for s,, .,,,,.,_ i n an ear 1'ter:
-- ---- April 30th when to
.. for the station hand meet, finished with an 85 in the nex their second they win of hope 19(9 in an-a

ball doubles bunting which are I recent tournament and took an
match with the
Point Ma-
slated to get Intra-Mural Softball
underway Monday
by dropping: a rines at Cherry Point, S. C.
Wareing and Tuffanelli vs Jacka drive closest to the pin on No. 12 Erwin Scott of
and Nulf: Dugan and Ewing Jax.Navy coppedlow
Turtotte and, Faraday, Barnes and j Commence Squabble For Title hole.Tom medalist honors with a neat
Finley slammed a 280-yard 73,. while Ed Kirkland of Stetsonwas
Snipes vs Baxter and Haas and
drive in Saturday's event to cop second in line with a 75.
Butler and McCoy vs Boerner in the American -- laurels in the Scott
Competition top "powerhouse" and Tony Grego of the locals
and Nelson.
league phase of the all-station intramural American LeagnMonday division. The least number of split their match with Kirkland -
Softball tournament got I Comruli}vi April, Chiefs-No, :5 DiamondVU putts was registered by John Boy- and Jay Rotan of )

Civilians of to a fast start Monday after si Dispensary-No 3 Diamond tis and Joe Foster who each tap each pair winning 4111 Stetllo.

Drop noon when eight teams took to the Photo lab vii VF42No 2 Diamond ped the ball 26 times, a good Jax-Navy's No. 2 team
field in search of opening game V.-131 VI Mailnei. -No 4 Diamond DiamondV483 mark for 18 cups. On the other ing of Dave Henderson and Amil
V A.H- Hospital
I '
First Loop Tilt wins The National League was I Ordnance A Ciunneiy gets a bye hand, Charlie Daleen finished with Furry lost to Stetson's Bill Herndon -

scheduled to begJn hostilities Wf.lnf.da 27 Aril| the most putts, 39 all told. II and Tom White, 6' to 2',4
Unable to get started in their Comfalr vs. VF-42-No, 3 DiamondVU while Bob
first outing, the newly organized Tuesday vi Chief-,). 2 Diamond I Charie Mattix ended the course Thiel and Jack Piv
PEAS Civilian baseball I The Marine softballers, intramural Photo Lab l vi Dlxpensary-Hospital I with the most fives in a row while of NAS dropped their match t,>

aggre- runner-ups last season, took Diamond Jim Nelen registered the most Pete Mathews and Seeb White
gation suffered a 11-2 setback at I, the diamond in winning form for VJ-131 vi VA-44-No 5 Diamond I in of Stetson, 8': to \t,
sixes succession. Bill Shalts
the hands of the Terminal nine O & (, VII Mdilnel--No. 4 Diamond .
in the opening of the 1919 Jack- I their initial game and trounced \'A.I!:) gets a be.National. won the "kickei" tourney with a I

sonville Baseball : VA-85 17-3 with little opposition. Ix'ugue low net score of 76
City league season -
Daryl Shaw, highly-touted NAS 2-Ball Foursome
I Tuesday .h April High score man for the day
nioundsman, hurled the Marinesto I
The local dub will meet the Hospital vi lee-Hospital Diamond was John Hamilton, who finished
their victory while Vern Time I For Local Club
Seaboard Railway outfit In the the O&R vn FASRON 6-No, % Diamond i the :38 holes with a tough 115
second game of a double header was losing pitcher. \r-4 vii. VF.1,13.No: 2 Diamond ,I while Ed Stanhope and Jim Maul I
Sunday at Glen Myra. I Squadron VF-42 outscored Dispensary Vo'4J'II, VFS1No 4 Diamond I I I din tallied 6's for the highest Boots ElIisoand! Terry Smith
9-8 in a furious pitchingduel NARTU vi VFHV-No! Diamond finished in a deadlock for low
According to Coach Frank MeCaffiey -- scores on Hole No 7, which has
) on one of the diamonds at VI--82 & Supply receive a bye I gross in the Class A group during
all berths on the team one of the shortest fairways on
i Iliurvday 2rt April
I Mason Field, while the Chief Pet last Friday's play of mem.hers .
are stil lwide open and newcomers HosplUI vi FASRON S-HospiUl the station Links
ty Officers took their opening tilt Diamond of the Officers Wives' Golf
welcome to out J
are try Additional I with the I'hoto Lab, 6-3. Herschel O&R VH J'olll'l'u-No 4 Diamond Club ,
information concerning the VF-B: V,. VF.111-No, 1 Diamond Smith
i Borden, Cl'O hurler, allowed only Terry annexed low
team be obtained vi VF-41-No :2 Diamond Hunt Still Waging
may by contacting Supply
'six hits. Estel Burnside was the VF-m: vi VF-181-No, 5 Diamond net in the A division, while I so.
Mike Ca scone in Employee : losing pitcher VF-41 and NART1' receive a bye For Lacrosse Men bel Minter won low gross and

Services, building 450, or In the other game, VF-131 hum- All games will begin at 1530 on Manlan O'Keefe took low

at extension 532. bled Ordnance and Gunnery, 10-2, the respective diamonds listed'1 Lacrosse practice sessions are net In Class B play In Class C ...

I J I behind the sterling four-hit hurling above The live diamonds are located [ being held at the Mat area on..i| competition Jean DHeilly finish.

Net Players Weeded of Stretch Austin. Cornfair, a* follows: Diamonds 4 and Yorktown and Mustin roads ed with low gross and Lanell Del-

Tennis players with previous falling to assemble a complete :5 are at Mason Field Diamond 3 daily at 1630. Several men have j weiler took low net honors.A .

experience are needed for the 1 team In the time allotted, forfeited lion the Mat area at the corner shown an Interest in the game I mixed two-ball foursome is

Jax Navy net squad. Both of ACers their scheduled game to VU of Albemarle and Mustin. Number and have been attending prac- slated for this Sunday at 1300

and enlisted men interestedIn I while VF-11 received a bye in the 2 diamond 1 Is north of the Power I tices regularly but more are need for otricers' and their wives. Following

joining the team are requestedto I first round. Plant on Mustin Road, and the ed to form a team. Experience is the tourney a buffet dinner

, contact K O. Williams at i Intramural schedule for next Hospital diamond is on the HIM not necessary. Equipment .ran be will be held at the Skeet club

- JJAKTU hanger extension 611 week: petal side! checked out at building 724 at 1830t ,



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